Below you will find information about where our Queer ASL classes for the Sept – Oct cycle will be held at and what the access is like.
At all of our locations, we make every effort to ensure that our space is scent-reduced by providing information to our students about how to come to class scent free and we provide scent-free soap. In our classrooms, we either use a chalkboard or a white board (if white board, we use scent-free markers). If you have any questions about access that is not answered below, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you asap.
Gallery Gachet – 88 E Cordova St
This space is fully wheelchair accessible – the entrance has a removable ramp (please let us know if you would like us to have the ramp for class). The bathroom is gender neutral and wheelchair accessible. Our chairs are folding chairs with no cushions, please let us know if you request a chair with cushions or armrests and we will do our best to set this up for you in advance. While we ask everyone to come to the space scent-free – the space is a gallery so at times there are a variety of chemical scents (art related such as paints, etc). More information on access for this space can be found here.
SFU Harbour Centre – 515 West Hastings Street
This space is fully wheelchair accessible – our class is on the second floor and an elevator can be accessed transport up to second floor. There is a wheelchair accessible & gender neutral bathroom on first floor. Our seatings all have cushions, some with arm rests and some without. We use a black chalkboard. We have the ability to dim lights in our classroom.